Practice Addition, Subtraction, Division, and Multiplication facts by number
Timed practice of basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Math fun (Game website)
**It is expected that 2nd grade students respond automatically when asked an addition or subtraction fact. Please practice with your flash cards, learn + and - strategies, and play the games below!
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Helping your child with addition: The following thinking strategies are useful for learning addition facts:
Adding zero: The sum is always the other number. 8 + 0 = 8, 0 + 4 = 4
Counting on by 1 or 2: Find sums like 5 + 1 or 6 + 2 by simply counting on.
Combinations to 5: Learn combinations to 5 such as 3 + 2 or 4 + 1
Combinations to 10: Learn combinations to 10 such as 6 + 4 or 8 + 2
Doubles: Learn sums of doubles such as 4 + 4 or 6 + 6
Nines: When adding nines, the one digit in the sum is always one less than the number added to nine. For example 7 + 9 = 16, the 6 is one less than 7. Another example, 5 + 9 = 14
Doubles plus one: When addends are consecutive numbers, count on from the double. For instance, 7 + 8 becomes 7 + 7 + 1. Another example, 8 + 9 becomes 8 + 8 + 1
Sharing doubles: This method works when the addends differ by two. When this occurs, it is possible to subtract 1 from one addend and add to the other addend. This results in a doubles fact that has already been memorized, 7 + 5 becomes 6 + 6. Another example, 6 + 8 becomes 7 + 7.
Commutative Property: By changing the order, 3 + 4 to 4 + 3, facts can be recalled.
Helping your child with subtraction:
Fact Families: This strategy works when students understand the relationship between addition and subtraction. When students see 6 - 2 and think 2 + ? = 6
Counting backwards: This method is similar to counting on in addition. It isn't quite as easy. Students should only count back up to three.
Zeros: The pattern for subtracting zero is readily recognizable. 5 - 0 = 5
Sames: This method is used when a number is subtracted from itself; this is another generalization that students can quickly identify. 7- 7= 0
ADDITION & SUBTRACTION SITES:
Math Flash Cards Addition Machine
Sum Sense Subtraction Machine
Tic Tac Toe Squares High Rise Math
Basketball Math Subtraction
Aplus Math Addition Flashcards
Quia Addition Matching Game
Quia Concentration Addition
Quia Addition Flashcards
Interactive Flashcards for Addition and Subtraction
Quia Addition Matching Game(2 digit regrouping)
Quia Addition Concentration Game(2 digit regrouping)
Quia Addition Flashcards(2 digit regrouping)
Math addition bingo http://www.aplusmath.com/games/matho/Matho.html
|Stop the Clock 1||Telling time to 1/2 hour intervals.|
|Stop the Clock 2||Telling time to 15 minute intervals.|
|Stop the Clock 3||Telling time to 5 minute intervals.|
|Stop the Clock 4||Telling time to the minute.|
|Stop the Clock 5||Telling time to the minute.|
|Bang On Time||Helps student practice telling time.|
|Class Clock||Tool for teachers to help teach time.|
|Stop the Clock R||Matching times written in text to the graphic match.|
Bowling for Fractions
All About Fractions
Cross the River
Quia Equivalent Fractions Matching Game
Quia Equivalent Fractions Flashcards
Quia Equivalent Fractions Concentration Game
www.mhschool.com/mathFor math activities from the publisher of our math books
www.coolmath4kids.com/ Math puzzles, games and activities
*MATH STORY PROBLEMS: If your child is having difficulty with story problems, visit these websites. Or do a web search on Yahoo! or Google for "free math story problems" to locate more sites.
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*For tips to help your child become a better reader, visit the website: www.ed.gov/parents/read/resources/readingtipsor
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